Copeland Ashcroft partner: Compassion should be “a focal point for the profession”

Myriam Mitchell talks about helping a client through an incident involving a workplace fatality

Anthony Harper IP partner inducted into global legal guide’s Hall of Fame

Over half of the firm’s partners are either ranked or recommended by the guide

DLA Piper warns NZ businesses to be mindful of potential data breach consequences

With the new Privacy Act in force, the firm looks into global regulators’ responses to violations

US legal start-up files counterclaim against Thomson Reuters

The San Francisco start-up accuses the media giant of anticompetitive practices

Copeland Ashcroft expands partnership with key promotions

The new partners operate from the firm’s Queenstown and Hawke’s Bay offices

Buy-back marks next move in government’s firearms reform programme

“Laws need to be robust enough to prevent firearms getting into the wrong hands,” the police minister says

Dentons Kensington Swan contributes to maritime pollution mapping initiative

The firm commits to offering pro bono legal and international contractual support

Barristers in England and Wales at a “breaking point” – survey

A new poll reveals self-employed barristers continue to face hardships due to the pandemic

Lane Neave partners snag spots in 2021 Chambers and Partners guide

The guide also ranked two of the firm’s practice groups


If you can understand that headline, you've spent too long at the office

Responsibility lies strictly with firms, which is why addressing the gaps is important, expert says

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

Dr AML explains what to keep in mind to keep deals running as smoothly as possible


The subtleties of trusts and AML/CFT compliance

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

What in-house lawyers should keep in mind facing risk and compliance challenges

LOD’s Louise Unger shares three things in-house legal professionals should always consider

Lessons about national culture and its impact on workplace health and safety in New Zealand

Mai Chen shares insights into how a superdiversity framework can be applied to policy, legislation, and regulation

Fish out of water: When is a boat a ‘building’ subject to the Building Act 2004?

Experts explain why a recent MBIE determination can have implications for any person building a boat and using the structure during construction